Study Suggests Screening Useful for High Risk Women


A study of 3,500 women at high risk of developing ovarian/fallopian cancer were screened annually for approximately three years with the CA-125 blood test and transvaginal ultrasound. In this population, women in the Phase I study were diagnosed with early stage disease more than the national average.

The study also suggested that genotype, rather than family history, was key to risk.

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